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Color Solar String Lights

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Color Solar String Lights

The Color Solar String Lights add FOMO-worthy flair to our camper van, outdoor dining room, or patio fire pit. We love the multiple color options that let us set the mood and or match the decor in our space. The lightweight, splash-resistant, and compact design can even come along on backpacking trips if we want to add a romantic touch to our backcountry campsite.


  • String lights add romantic vibes to any outdoor space
  • 18-foot cord with 20 vibrant LED lights
  • Compact storage unit holds lights in a small cylinder
  • Set to one of six unique colors or a rotating color cycle
  • Rechargeable battery charges via solar or USB
  • Capable of charging personal devices
  • Built-in LED flashlight for extra visibility
  • Item #LCU000K
Power Source
2000 mAh Li-ion battery
Batteries Included
blue, violet, turquoise, green, pink, cool white, color cycle
Burn Time
15 hours
[cord length] 18ft, [stored] 5 x 2in
Claimed Weight

Overall Rating

1 based on 1 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

April 21, 2021

Solar Power is fake! (at least for luci)

I've used it several times

Interesting product. If it was advertised as a usb device it would get 3 stars. I've been trying to charge it in the direct sunlight for more than a week. Nothing. Maybe the high desert of New Mexico just doesn't get enough sun. If I ever get it to charge I will come back an update.